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Spork Now Serving Rice Bowls in the Mission

Spork Now Serving Rice Bowls in the Mission

Spork shuttered late last year, but partner Neil Jorgensen reopened the doors with a completely new concept – temporarily.

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Sneak Peek: Central Kitchen and Salumeria

Sneak Peek: Central Kitchen and Salumeria

The team behind the wildly popular Italian restaurant Flour + Water in the Mission District is getting set to launch its latest project, the two-headed monster of Central Kitchen and Salumeria right down the street.

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Juhu Beach Club Pop-Up Returns in the Mission

Juhu Beach Club Pop-Up Returns in the Mission

Top Chef alum Preeti Mistry is starting the New Year on a bright note with the return of her pop-up, Juhu Beach Club.

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Mission Tacolicious Set to Open

Mission Tacolicious Set to Open

Fans of Tacolicious on Chestnut Street will have a second option for their taco fix when a new location opens in the Mission on Valencia Street on November 28th.

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Thanksgiving Day Roundup

Thanksgiving Day Roundup

Still without Thanksgiving Day plans? Wake up early for a run, score a free meal, and celebrate the holiday with bingo or dancing.

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Japanese Comfort Food in the Mission

Japanese Comfort Food in the Mission

I believe the greatest compliment you can give a restaurant is to say the food reminds you of what your grandma or mom would make. Now, I have officially found that spot in San Francisco at one of the Mission’s newest restaurants, Izakaya Yuzuki.

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Mission Community Leader to be Honored for Work with Youth

Mission Community Leader to be Honored for Work with Youth

The California Wellness Foundation honors community leaders each year for their efforts to prevent violence and promote peace, part of the annual California Peace Prize awards. And this year, the man known as “Uncle Ray” to many youth in the Mission is taking home the…

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Mission is #1 for Bike Thefts

Mission is #1 for Bike Thefts

In a study of Craig’s List postings, Phil form Club Antietam found that the Mission has more bikes reported stolen than any other neighborhood in the Bay Area.

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Hooray for Beer at Roxie Theater!

Hooray for Beer at Roxie Theater!

Remember that liquor license the Roxie applied for back in July? It’s been approved! Soon you will be able to enjoy beer and wine while watching quirky, interesting, and independent films.

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Celebrate Day of the Dead

Celebrate Day of the Dead

Dia de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, is a Mesoamerican holiday that celebrates ancestors and honors the cycle of life and death. Traditional Mexican celebrations include gatherings in local cemeteries with food and music, and handmade altars created to remember and honor…

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Barbie Mutilation Night

Barbie Mutilation Night

Bust up Barbie for a good cause!

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Charles Phan Comes Home to the Mission

Charles Phan Comes Home to the Mission

In what is being viewed as a welcome return for many people in the Mission District, chef and restaurateur Charles Phan is back with a new restaurant in his old digs.

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